Three-year letterwinner ... All-American ... preseason contender for Patriot League "Player of the Year" ... Army's leading scorer a year ago and most dangerous offensive weapon heading into 2004 ... will wear the captain's "C" along with classmate Marko Kostovic ... extremely talented and skilled attackman ... will serve as Army's primary feeder, but can also dent the twine himself ... part of an attack that returns completely intact ... has teamed with sophomore John Walker to become one of the most lethal one-two punches on attack in the country ... ranks sixth in the nation among scoring leaders returning this spring ... brings hard-to-teach ability to visualize the field and feed the open man ... is challenging some of Army's most hallowed offensive records ... won the Lt. Ray Enners-Chris Pettit award as the Army lacrosse team's top offensive performer.
2003: Started all 16 games for the Black Knights ... named first team All-Patriot League on attack ... finished second in the country with 45 assists last year ... placed third in the Patriot League with 3.56 points per game ... his 4.33 points per game in league contests topped the Patriot League ... broke the Academy's single-season record for assists ... registered a combined 15 assists in three straight contests to jump into the overall lead in the nation in that category after the Colgate game ... assisted on Army's seventh and eighth goals to pull the Black Knights into an 8-8 tie in win over Bucknell ... all four points came in second half of contest opposite Bison ... set a career high with six assists in Colgate game ... also tied career best with four ground balls in that tilt ... recorded a combined 17 points versus Lehigh, Rutgers and Colgate ... Patriot League "Player of the Week" on March 17 ... registered a point in each of Army's games ... notched at least five points in a game six times ... six-point performance against Lehigh leaves him with 16 points in three meetings with the Mountain Hawks ... scored game-winning goal against Rutgers and Holy Cross.
2002: Appeared and started in every game for the Black Knights ... named to the Patriot League's second team all-star squad ... led the team with 30 goals, becoming the first Army lax player to reach that plateau since Lee Dingman in 2000 ... finished second on the team in points with 45 ... tied for fifth in the league in points per game (3.21) ... fourth in the Patriot League in goals per game with a 2.14 average ... tied for eighth in the league in assists (1.07) ... led the Black Knights in scoring six times ... registered six hat tricks ... tied career-high with four goals against No. 2 Syracuse in the season opener ... turned in a season-high six points versus Colgate ... recorded five points or more in four games ... scored a goal in 13 of Army's 14 games ... given the game MVP award for his efforts against Syracuse and No. 16 Ohio State.
2001: Appeared in every game ... finished third on the team in scoring (13G, 16A) ... his 16 helpers tied for second on the team ... had six multiple-point games ... scored in 12 of Army's 14 games ... season-high of seven points (4G, 3A) came vs. Lehigh ... his four goals against the Mountain Hawks were also a season-high ... named Patriot League offensive "Player of the Week" for his effort against Lehigh ... earned the Gen. L.E. Seeman Award as Army's top plebe performer ... finished tied for sixth in the league with 1.14 assists per game ... was 17th in the Patriot League in scoring (2.07 points per game) ... his 46 percent shot accuracy was the highest on the team for those who attempted more than 15 shots ... gathered in 12 ground balls.
Prior to West Point: All-time scoring leader at Niskayuna H.S. ... scored 101 points as a junior, 81 as a senior and 229 in his career ... standout in both lacrosse and soccer ... as a senior captained soccer team and was first team all-section ... captained lacrosse squad as junior and senior, when he was also a first team all-section choice ... team's offensive MVP as a junior and overall MVP as a senior ... named a high school All-American after 2000 season ... team placed fourth in New York state tournament ... participated in 1999 Empire State Games.
Personal: Jeffrey Thomas Bryan ... born Aug. 2, 1982 in Albany, N.Y. ... best friends with Navy goalkeeper Seth DiNola ... parents are Rob and Kathy Bryan ... majoring in International Politics.
Year GP G A P Shots GB
2001 14 13 16 29 28 12
2002 14 30 15 45 85 27
2003 16 12 45 57 54 30
Totals 44 55 76 131 167 69